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University of Canterbury

New Zealand
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University of Canterbury

New Zealand
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University of Canterbury

New Zealand
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University of Canterbury

New Zealand
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University of Canterbury

New Zealand
Overview

Overview

Founded over 140 years ago, the University of Canterbury (UC) is a prestigious institution based in Christchurch, New Zealand, that is ranked among the world’s top 250 universities. It is in the top 1% of universities worldwide and boasts graduates who have a real impact on the world we live in - including actor Sam Neill and Google’s Engineering Director, Craig Neville-Manning.

Lecturers and professors at the institution are leaders in their fields and take real pride in providing not only the best possible education for their students, but also conduct effective research that addresses some of the biggest issues facing our society. This is reinforced by the fact that the institution has been awarded with a 5-star ranking for research and teaching by the QS World University Rankings.

Students will find everything they need on campus, including four different libraries, a state-of-the-art fitness facility called the RecCentre, art galleries and a number of different bars, eateries, cafes, and restaurants.

There is a vast student support network at UC, with a dedicated Student Care team that help with both personal and study issues. There is also a student mentoring programme, English language support and a vast orientation programme for international students in their first week. There are also over 130 student clubs and societies to get involved in.

A large number of the courses on offer at UC provide hands-on experience, such as internships and work experience opportunities, so that students can have a smooth transition into the world of work.

Based on New Zealand’s beautiful South Island, there is lots for students to do outside of lectures. From surfing to skiing, the diverse landscape that surrounds the city of Christchurch provides unique sporting and cultural opportunities for international students.

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Overview

Overview

Founded over 140 years ago, the University of Canterbury (UC) is a prestigious institution based in Christchurch, New Zealand, that is ranked among the world’s top 250 universities. It is in the top 1% of universities worldwide and boasts graduates who have a real impact on the world we live in - including actor Sam Neil and Google’s Engineering Director, Craig Nevill-Manning.

Lecturers and professors at the institution are leaders in their fields and take real pride in providing not only the best possible education for their students, but also conduct effective research that addresses some of the biggest issues facing our society. This is reinforced by the fact that the institution has been awarded with a 5-star ranking for research and teaching by the QS World University Rankings.

Students will find everything they need on campus, including four different libraries, a state-of-the-art fitness facility called the RecCentre, art galleries and a number of different bars, eateries, cafes, and restaurants.

There is a vast student support network at UC, with a dedicated Student Care team that help with both personal and study issues. There is also a student mentoring programme, English language support and a vast orientation programme for international students in their first week. There are also over 130 student clubs and societies to get involved in.

A large number of the courses on offer at UC provide hands-on experience, such as internships and work experience opportunities, so that students can have a smooth transition into the world of work.

Based on New Zealand’s beautiful South Island, there is lots for students to do outside of lectures. From surfing to skiing, the diverse landscape that surrounds the city of Christchurch provides unique sporting and cultural opportunities for international students.

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Overview

Overview

Founded over 140 years ago, the University of Canterbury (UC) is a prestigious institution based in Christchurch, New Zealand, that is ranked among the world's top 250 universities. It is in the top 1% of universities worldwide and boasts graduates who have a real impact on the world we live in - including actor Sam Neil and Google's Engineering Director, Craig Nevill-Manning.

Lecturers and professors at the institution are leaders in their fields and take real pride in providing not only the best possible education for their students, but also conduct effective research that addresses some of the biggest issues facing our society. This is reinforced by the fact that the institution has been awarded with a 5-star ranking for research and teaching by the QS World University Rankings.

Students will find everything they need on campus, including four different libraries, a state-of-the-art fitness facility called the RecCentre, art galleries and a number of different bars, eateries, cafes, and restaurants.

There is a vast student support network at UC, with a dedicated Student Care team that help with both personal and study issues. There is also a student mentoring programme, English language support and a vast orientation programme for international students in their first week. There are also over 130 student clubs and societies to get involved in.

A large number of the courses on offer at UC provide hands-on experience, such as internships and work experience opportunities, so that students can have a smooth transition into the world of work.

Based on New Zealand's beautiful South Island, there is lots for students to do outside of lectures. From surfing to skiing, the diverse landscape that surrounds the city of Christchurch provides unique sporting and cultural opportunities for international students.

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Overview

Overview

The University of Canterbury (UC), founded more than 140 years ago, is renowned as a prestigious higher education institution located in Christchurch, New Zealand. The university is rated among the top 300 universities worldwide (QS World Universities rankings, 2021), putting it in the world's top 1% of universities - thanks to its outstanding teaching quality, support services and impressive graduate outcomes.

UC prides itself on being home to a world-leading community of lecturers and professors at the forefront of their fields, who are passionate about offering their students the best possible educational experience. UC and its staff consistently lead the delivery of globally important research that seeks to address society's biggest challenges. The QS World University Rankings demonstrate this, with the university achieving a 5-star ranking for research and teaching. Students will graduate with a valued degree certificate, representing a wealth of academic knowledge in addition to real-world expertise through internships and work experience opportunities.

Students learning at UC can access everything they require for a successful academic journey and rewarding lifestyle - whether it's one of four distinct libraries, cutting-edge sports and fitness facilities like the Rec Centre, modern workshops, laboratories and art galleries, or the wide range of cafes, restaurants and bars, it's all right there on campus.

The university's specialist Student Care team are always on hand to support, whether it's a personal or academic issue. The university is committed to the growth and success of its students, with mentoring programmes, ESL support and comprehensive orientation for all international students from day one.

UC is found on New Zealand's South Island, which is home to breathtaking natural landscapes and outdoor activities ranging from skiing to surfing. The leafy green campus is nestled between Moana (sea), Maunga (mountains) and Rangi (sky) offering the chance to learn and experience many different worlds - adrenaline, art, biculturalism, biodiversity, innovation, southern lights, sustainability, and more - all while studying at a world-class institution.

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Overview

Overview

The University of Canterbury (UC), with its 150th anniversary on the horizon in 2023, is a prestigious higher education institution which is rated among the top 300 universities worldwide (QS World Universities rankings, 2023). itis in the world's top 1 percent of universities thanks to its outstanding teaching quality, support services and impressive graduate outcomes.

UC, located in Christchurch, New Zealand, prides itself on being home to a world-leading community of lecturers and professors at the forefront of their fields, who are passionate about offering their students the best possible educational experience. UC and its staff consistently lead the delivery of globally important research that seeks to address society's biggest challenges. The QS World University Rankings demonstrate this, with the university achieving a 5-star ranking for research and teaching.

Students learning at UC can access everything they require for a successful academic journey and rewarding lifestyle, whether it's one of four distinct libraries, cutting-edge sports and fitness facilities like the Rec Centre, modern workshops, laboratories and art galleries, or the wide range of cafes, restaurants and bars – it's all right there on campus.

The university's specialist Student Care team are always on hand to support, whether it's a personal or academic issue. The university is committed to the growth and success of its students, with mentoring programmes, ESL support and comprehensive orientation for all international students from day one.

UC is found on New Zealand's South Island, which is home to breath-taking natural landscapes and outdoor activities ranging from skiing to surfing. The leafy green campus is nestled between Moana (sea), Maunga (mountains) and Rangi (sky) offering students the chance to learn and experience many different worlds from adrenaline to art, biculturalism, biodiversity, innovation, southern lights, sustainability, and more.

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What’s new

What’s new

Two of the projects for native planting as well as restoration in Canterbury have received the support from the One Billion Trees Fund, which includes a unique project that is led by UC.

“The projects include a 20-hectare native forest regeneration project on the Banks Peninsula and a restoration ambassador role led by the University of Canterbury,” said Shane Jones, Forestry Minister.

He also said, “Partnership funding of up to NZD 98,875 has enabled the creation of a native forest restoration ambassador, led by the university’s School of Forestry. The aim of the native restoration ambassador will be to provide free, independent advice to farmers, community groups and iwi about how to conserve native biodiversity on their land.”

The One Billion Trees Fund provides direct grants for planting as well as regeneration projects and partnership funding for projects which aims at reducing the barriers to planting trees.

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What’s new

What’s new

Two of the projects for native planting as well as restoration in Canterbury have received the support from the One Billion Trees Fund, which includes a unique project that is led by UC.

“The projects include a 20-hectare native forest regeneration project on the Banks Peninsula and a restoration ambassador role led by the University of Canterbury,” said Shane Jones, Forestry Minister.

He also said, “Partnership funding of up to NZD 98,875 has enabled the creation of a native forest restoration ambassador, led by the university’s School of Forestry. The aim of the native restoration ambassador will be to provide free, independent advice to farmers, community groups and iwi about how to conserve native biodiversity on their land.”

The One Billion Trees Fund provides direct grants for planting as well as regeneration projects and partnership funding for projects which aims at reducing the barriers to planting trees.

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What's new

What's new

Two of the projects for native planting as well as restoration in Canterbury have received the support from the One Billion Trees Fund, which includes a unique project that is led by UC.

''The projects include a 20-hectare native forest regeneration project on the Banks Peninsula and a restoration ambassador role led by the University of Canterbury,'' said Shane Jones, Forestry Minister.

He also said, ''Partnership funding of up to NZD 98,875 has enabled the creation of a native forest restoration ambassador, led by the university's School of Forestry. The aim of the native restoration ambassador will be to provide free, independent advice to farmers, community groups and iwi about how to conserve native biodiversity on their land.''

The One Billion Trees Fund provides direct grants for planting as well as regeneration projects and partnership funding for projects which aims at reducing the barriers to planting trees.

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What's new

What's new

Top ranking

The University of Canterbury ranks among the world's top 401-500 in the 2021 ShanghaiRanking (AWRU).

UC lecturer wins national award for teaching

A UC Computer Science lecturer, Dr Richard Lobb, is one of only nine recipients nationally to have won an Ako Aotearoa Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award recently. He has been with the university since 2004 and says, ''I focus on teaching, on the students, and on sharing my enthusiasm for programming. It's a great place to be. I enjoy my work so much that I don't even think of it as work. It's my life. I've grown up with computers, I'm a computer geek. I was one of the early adopters and I worked as a programmer here and overseas. It has been a fun ride and it's still going.'' This prestigious award offers him a grant of NZD20,000. This is testimony to the high quality of teaching on offer at UC.

Visit the University of Canterbury website for more on recent events.

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What's new

What's new

Top ranking

The University of Canterbury ranks among the world's top 401-500 in the 2021 Shanghai Ranking (AWRU)

UC Business School receives global reaccreditation

EQUIS re-accreditation is a welcome accomplishment for the UC Business School, which continues to hold the prestigious ‘triple-crown' of international business school accreditations after achieving AACSB and AMBA accreditations. EQUIS is the most comprehensive institutional accreditation system for business and management schools.

Asteroid hunters name space rock for Distinguished Professor Roy Kerr

University of Canterbury asteroid hunters have named an asteroid they discovered in honour of eminent mathematician University of Canterbury Distinguished Professor Roy Kerr, renowned for his influential work in astrophysics resulting from his solving Einstein's equation of relativity relating to rotating black holes. These are now called Kerr Black Holes.

Visit the University of Canterbury website for more on recent events.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The University of Canterbury is placed among the top 250 universities in the world, with 15 of its subjects being ranked in the top 200 in the world (QS World University Rankings). UC has also been awarded a 5-star ranking by the QS World University Rankings for its research and teaching excellence.

The University of Canterbury’s academic staff are popular in their fields and often write the textbooks. The university also brings in academics from other universities situated all around the world, including Cambridge and Oxford, through its staff exchange programme. In addition, The University of Canterbury’s Erskine Programme attracts nearly 75 international academic lecturers every year, like winners of the Nobel Prize Emeritus Professor Clive Granger as well as Professor Bob Grubbs.

The University of Canterbury has partnerships with more than 60 different institutions in Asia, North America, Europe, as well as Australia. There are also more than 100 different nationalities as well as ethnicities represented on campus, ensuring a diverse and welcoming home for international students.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The University of Canterbury is placed among the top 250 universities in the world, with 15 of its subjects being ranked in the top 200 in the world (QS World University Rankings). UC has also been awarded a 5-star ranking by the QS World University Rankings for its research and teaching excellence.

The University of Canterbury’s academic staff are popular in their fields and often write the textbooks. The university also brings in academics from other universities situated all around the world, including Cambridge and Oxford, through its staff exchange programme. In addition, The University of Canterbury’s Erskine Programme attracts nearly 75 international academic lecturers every year, like winners of the Nobel Prize Emeritus Professor Clive Granger as well as Professor Bob Grubbs.

The University of Canterbury has partnerships with more than 60 different institutions in Asia, North America, Europe, as well as Australia. There are also more than 100 different nationalities as well as ethnicities represented on campus, ensuring a diverse and welcoming home for international students.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The University of Canterbury is placed among the top 250 universities in the world, with 15 of its subjects being ranked in the top 200 in the world (QS World University Rankings). UC has also been awarded a 5-star ranking by the QS World University Rankings for its research and teaching excellence.

The University of Canterbury's academic staff are popular in their fields and often write the textbooks. The university also brings in academics from other universities situated all around the world, including Cambridge and Oxford, through its staff exchange programme. In addition, The University of Canterbury's Erskine Programme attracts nearly 75 international academic lecturers every year, like winners of the Nobel Prize Emeritus Professor Clive Granger as well as Professor Bob Grubbs.

The University of Canterbury has partnerships with more than 60 different institutions in Asia, North America, Europe, as well as Australia. There are also more than 100 different nationalities as well as ethnicities represented on campus, ensuring a diverse and welcoming home for international students.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The University of Canterbury is ranked among the top 300 universities in the world, with 15 of its subjects being ranked in the top 200 in the world (QS World University Rankings). UC has also been awarded a 5-star ranking by the QS World University Rankings for its research and teaching excellence.

The University of Canterbury's academic staff are popular in their fields and often write the textbooks. The university also brings in academics from other universities all around the world, including Cambridge and Oxford, through its staff exchange programme.

In addition, The University of Canterbury's Erskine Programme attracts up to 70 international academic lecturers every year, like winners of the Nobel Prize Emeritus Professor Clive Granger as well as Professor Bob Grubbs.

The University of Canterbury has partnerships with more than 60 different institutions in Asia, North America, Europe, as well as Australia. There are also more than 100 different nationalities as well as ethnicities represented on campus, ensuring a diverse and welcoming home for international students.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

UC Careers staff at the University of Canterbury are both experienced and professionally qualified career consultants, as well as specialists in student and graduate recruitment. UC Careers helps students to develop their career management competencies to improve their employability, as well as become resilient career managers.

It works directly with academic departments as well as students both individually and in groups, in order to deliver career support. The services provided by UC Careers include:

  • Career education seminars, tools and resources
  • Interview preparation
  • Cover letter and CV development
  • Career Hub services
  • Career counselling
  • Job search strategies
  • Employer contact/networking
  • Graduate and student recruitment activities
  • Careers fairs, events, as well as employer presentations

UC Careers also encourages its departments as well as students to use the careerhub website, which promotes and lists several career activities and opportunities like internships, jobs, scholarships, career appointments, employer events, and seminars.

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Department structure

Department structure

College of Arts

The College of Arts is both academically vibrant as well as culturally diverse. The arts degrees are provided in more than 40 disciplines in the field of humanities.

College of Business and Law

The College of Business and Law has a strong global reputation for fostering both innovation as well as extensive links with the industry.

College of Education, Health and Human Development

The College of Education, Health and Human Development will equip students to make a positive impact to the lives of both children and adults, as well as their communities. Its graduates are sought after both nationally as well as internationally and have a high rate of employment.

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering’s highly-ranked degrees provide traditional disciplines as well as new subjects such as product design.

College of Science

The College of Science provides highly-regarded qualifications in both science and communication disorders in all levels.

International partnerships

The University of Canterbury works closely with a number of distinguished universities all across the world.

The university is part of a strong international network which ensures that its students have many excellent opportunities to obtain global experience while they study at UC, including spending one semester abroad as a part of its student exchange programme or taking part in an international short course.

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Department structure

Department structure

College of Arts

The College of Arts is both academically vibrant as well as culturally diverse. The arts degrees are provided in more than 40 disciplines in the field of humanities.

College of Business and Law

The College of Business and Law has a strong global reputation for fostering both innovation as well as extensive links with the industry.

College of Education, Health and Human Development

The College of Education, Health and Human Development will equip students to make a positive impact to the lives of both children and adults, as well as their communities. Its graduates are sought after both nationally as well as internationally and have a high rate of employment.

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering’s highly-ranked degrees provide traditional disciplines as well as new subjects such as product design.

College of Science

The College of Science provides highly-regarded qualifications in both science and communication disorders in all levels.

International partnerships

The University of Canterbury works closely with a number of distinguished universities all across the world.

The university is part of a strong international network which ensures that its students have many excellent opportunities to obtain global experience while they study at UC, including spending one semester abroad as a part of its student exchange programme or taking part in an international short course.

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Department structure

Department structure

College of Arts

The College of Arts is both academically vibrant and culturally diverse. The arts degrees are provided in more than 40 disciplines in the field of humanities.

College of Business and Law

The College of Business and Law has a strong global reputation for fostering both innovation and extensive links with the industry.

College of Education, Health and Human Development

The College of Education, Health and Human Development will equip students to make a positive impact to the lives of both children and adults, as well as their communities. Its graduates are sought after both nationally and internationally and have a high rate of employment.

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering's highly-ranked degrees provide traditional disciplines as well as new subjects such as product design.

College of Science

The College of Science provides highly-regarded qualifications in both science and communication disorders in all levels.

International partnerships

The University of Canterbury works closely with a number of distinguished universities all across the world.

The university is part of a strong international network which ensures that its students have many excellent opportunities to obtain global experience while they study at UC, including spending one semester abroad as a part of its student exchange programme or taking part in an international short course.

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Department structure

Department structure

College of Arts

The College of Arts is both academically vibrant as well as culturally diverse. The arts degrees are provided in more than 40 disciplines in the field of humanities.

UC Business School

UC Business School enjoys a strong global reputation for fostering both innovation as well as extensive links with the industry.

UC Law

UC's Faculty of Law is one of New Zealand's leading law schools - consistently ranking in the top 150 law schools worldwide - and combines academic rigour with the development of essential legal skills.

College of Education, Health and Human Development

The College of Education, Health and Human Development will equip students to make a positive impact to the lives of both children and adults, as well as their communities. Its graduates are sought after both nationally as well as internationally and have a high rate of employment.

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering's highly-ranked degrees provide traditional disciplines as well as new subjects such as product design.

College of Science

The College of Science provides highly-regarded qualifications in both science and communication disorders in all levels.

International partnerships

The University of Canterbury works closely with a number of distinguished universities all across the world.

The university is part of a strong international network which ensures that its students have many excellent opportunities to obtain global experience while they study at UC, including spending one semester abroad as a part of its student exchange programme or taking part in an international short course.

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Department structure

Department structure

Arts

UC Arts is both, academically vibrant and culturally diverse environment. With many critical research centres and over 40 subjects, UC Arts is the place to broaden students' perspective and gain an outstanding education.

UC Business School

It offers students the opportunity to gain internationally recognised qualifications with courses underpinned by research in a vibrant learning environment.

Education and Teaching. Youth and Community Leadership

At UC, students will undertake professional practical placements to build teaching and management skills and connect with students and community.

Engineering

UC Engineering is internationally recognised for excellence in teaching and research, and high calibre graduates. It offers unique qualifications in global humanitarian engineering, forestry science, and product design.

Health Sciences. Sport Coaching

Health is becoming more about wellness and prevention, with a stronger focus on community. Sport is now more professional, and not just about performance but wider participation - ultimately, it's all about people.

UC Law

It is one of Aotearoa New Zealand's leading law schools, consistently ranking in the top 200 law schools worldwide, and combines academic and practical legal skills. The university has a strong reputation in traditional areas of law and offers a range of innovative courses.

Science

UC's convenient location provides a living laboratory for its science students' work. Lab and field work can be part of students' studies from day one.

Digital Screen Campus

In 2023 UC is aiming to welcome students into the new interdisciplinary Bachelor of Digital Screen with Honours programme.

International partnerships

The university is part of a strong international network which ensures that its students have many excellent opportunities to obtain global experience while they study at UC, including spending one semester abroad as a part of its student exchange programme or taking part of a short course.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The English language test scores required for entry to the University of Canterbury includes:

Undergraduate qualifications

  • IELTS (Academic) - An overall score of 6.0, with no section having a score of less than 5.5
  • TOEFL (iBT) - An overall score of 80, with a score of 19 in writing, reading, and listening
  • Pearsons (Academic) - 57 as an overall score with no section having a score below 50

Postgraduate qualifications

  • IELTS (Academic)- An overall score of 6.5, with no section having a score less than 6.0
  • TOEFL (iBT) - An overall score of 90, with a score of 19 in listening, reading, and writing
  • Pearsons (Academic) - An overall score of 64 with no section having a score below 58

If international students do not meet the entry requirements, the university’s partners provide several preparatory programmes on campus to help them meet these requirements, and they include:

  • Foundation Studies Certificate
  • English for Academic Purposes
  • University Transfer Programmes

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The English language test scores required for entry to the University of Canterbury includes:

Undergraduate qualifications

  • IELTS (Academic) - An overall score of 6.0, with no section having a score of less than 5.5
  • TOEFL (iBT) - An overall score of 80, with a score of 19 in writing, reading, and listening
  • Pearsons (Academic) - 57 as an overall score with no section having a score below 50

Postgraduate qualifications

  • IELTS (Academic)- An overall score of 6.5, with no section having a score less than 6.0
  • TOEFL (iBT) - An overall score of 90, with a score of 19 in listening, reading, and writing
  • Pearsons (Academic) - An overall score of 64 with no section having a score below 58

If international students do not meet the entry requirements, the university’s partners provide several preparatory programmes on campus to help them meet these requirements, and they include:

  • Foundation Studies Certificate
  • English for Academic Purposes
  • University Transfer Programmes

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The English language test scores required for entry to the University of Canterbury includes:

Undergraduate qualifications

  • IELTS (Academic) - An overall score of 6.0, with no section having a score of less than 5.5
  • TOEFL (iBT) - An overall score of 80, with a score of 19 in writing, reading, and listening
  • Pearson (Academic) - 57 as an overall score with no section having a score below 50

Postgraduate qualifications

  • IELTS (Academic)- An overall score of 6.5, with no section having a score less than 6.0
  • TOEFL (iBT) - An overall score of 90, with a score of 19 in listening, reading, and writing
  • Pearson (Academic) - An overall score of 64 with no section having a score below 58

If international students do not meet the entry requirements, the university's partners provide several preparatory programmes on campus to help them meet these requirements, and they include:

  • Foundation Studies Certificate
  • English for Academic Purposes
  • University Transfer Programmes

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The English language test scores required for entry to the University of Canterbury includes:

Undergraduate qualifications

  • IELTS (Academic) - An overall score of 6.0, with no section having a score of less than 5.5
  • TOEFL (iBT) - An overall score of 80, with a score of 19 in writing, reading, and listening
  • Pearsons (Academic) - 57 as an overall score with no section having a score below 50

Teaching Qualifications

  • Cambridge English exams C2 Proficiency (CPE) or C1 Advanced (CAE) or Cambridge English exams
  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic
  • TOEFL Internet – based test (iBT)

Postgraduate qualifications

  • IELTS (Academic)- An overall score of 6.5, with no section having a score less than 6.0
  • TOEFL (iBT) - An overall score of 90, with a score of 19 in listening, reading, and writing
  • Pearsons (Academic) - An overall score of 64 with no section having a score below 58

If international students do not meet the entry requirements, the university's partners provide several preparatory programmes on campus to help them meet these requirements, and they include:

  • Foundation Studies Certificate
  • English for Academic Purposes
  • University Transfer Programmes

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The English language test scores required for entry to the University of Canterbury includes:

Undergraduate qualifications

  • IELTS (Academic) - An overall score of 6.0, with no section having a score of less than 5.5
  • TOEFL (iBT) - An overall score of 80, with a score of 19 in writing, reading, and listening
  • Pearson (Academic) - 50 as an overall score with no section having a score below 42

Postgraduate qualifications

  • IELTS (Academic)- An overall score of 6.5, with no section having a score less than 6.0
  • TOEFL (iBT) - An overall score of 90, with a score of 19 in listening, reading, and writing
  • Pearson (Academic) - An overall score of 58 with no section having a score below 50

Some programmes may require higher test scores. For example, students need to give proof of an IELTS (academic) result (or approved equivalent) of at least 7.0 or 7.5 overall, with no band score below 7.0 or 7.5, for entry into teacher education programmes.

If international students do not meet the entry requirements, the university's partners provide several preparatory programmes on campus to help them meet these requirements, and they include:

  • CCEL (Christchurch College of English Language)
  • UCIC (UC International College)
  • Foundation Studies Certificate
  • University Transfer Programmes

Check here to see what requirements each programme has.

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Facilities

Facilities

There are a number of facilities which will support the students’ education at UC, and they include:

  • innovative learning hubs and modern lecture theatres
  • more than 1.9 million research items in the university’s three libraries
  • computer suites which are open 24/7
  • online portals as well as interactive resources
  • well-equipped laboratories, which include the recent Canterbury engineering the future precinct, as well as the Rutherford regional science and innovation centre, with learning spaces which are flexible, and modern specialist teaching as well as research laboratories.

Accommodation

Students over the age of 18 years who apply for stay at Ilam Apartments are guaranteed accommodation if they apply before 1 December each year.

All of the university’s residential accommodation provides:

  • students’ own fully furnished rooms, each of which includes a bed, chair, desk, wardrobe, as well as book shelf
  • heating and power
  • laundry facilities
  • computer rooms as well as wi-fi access
  • study areas and recreational facilities
  • high-quality meals, or equipped kitchens to help students cook for themselves
  • bike storage and car parking.

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Facilities

Facilities

There are a number of facilities which will support the students’ education at UC, and they include:

  • innovative learning hubs and modern lecture theatres
  • more than 1.9 million research items in the university’s three libraries
  • computer suites which are open 24/7
  • online portals as well as interactive resources
  • well-equipped laboratories, which include the recent Canterbury engineering the future precinct, as well as the Rutherford regional science and innovation centre, with learning spaces which are flexible, and modern specialist teaching as well as research laboratories.

Accommodation

Students over the age of 18 years who apply for stay at Ilam Apartments are guaranteed accommodation if they apply before 1 December each year.

All of the university’s residential accommodation provides:

  • students’ own fully furnished rooms, each of which includes a bed, chair, desk, wardrobe, as well as book shelf
  • heating and power
  • laundry facilities
  • computer rooms as well as wi-fi access
  • study areas and recreational facilities
  • high-quality meals, or equipped kitchens to help students cook for themselves
  • bike storage and car parking.

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Facilities

Facilities

There are a number of facilities which will support the students' education at UC, and they include:

  • innovative learning hubs and modern lecture theatres
  • more than 1.9 million research items in the university's three libraries
  • computer suites which are open 24/7
  • online portals as well as interactive resources
  • well-equipped laboratories, which include the recent Canterbury engineering the future precinct, as well as the Rutherford regional science and innovation centre, with learning spaces which are flexible, and modern specialist teaching as well as research laboratories.

Accommodation

Students over the age of 18 years who apply for stay at Ilam Apartments are guaranteed accommodation if they apply before 1 December each year.

All the university's residential accommodation provides:

  • students' own fully furnished rooms, each of which includes a bed, chair, desk, wardrobe, as well as bookshelf
  • heating and power
  • laundry facilities
  • computer rooms as well as wi-fi access
  • study areas and recreational facilities
  • high-quality meals, or equipped kitchens to help students cook for themselves
  • bike storage and car parking.

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Facilities

Facilities

There are a number of facilities which will support the students' education at UC, and they include:

  • innovative learning hubs and modern lecture theatres
  • more than 1.9 million research items in the university's three libraries
  • computer suites which are open 24/7
  • online portals as well as interactive resources
  • well-equipped laboratories, which include the recent Canterbury Engineering the Future Precinct, as well as the Rutherford Regional Science and Innovation Centre, with learning spaces which are flexible, and modern specialist teaching as well as research laboratories.

Accommodation

Students over the age of 18 years who apply for a stay at Ilam Apartments are guaranteed accommodation.

All of the university's residential accommodation provide:

  • students' own fully furnished rooms, each of which includes a bed, chair, desk, wardrobe, as well as book shelf
  • heating and power
  • laundry facilities
  • computer rooms as well as wi-fi access
  • study areas and recreational facilities
  • high-quality meals (optional), or equipped kitchens to help students cook for themselves
  • bike storage and car parking.

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Facilities

Facilities

There are a number of facilities which will support students' education at UC, and they include:

  • innovative learning hubs and modern lecture theatres
  • more than 1.9 million research items in the university's three libraries
  • computer suites which are open 24/7
  • online portals as well as interactive resources
  • well-equipped laboratories, with learning spaces which are flexible, and modern specialist teaching as well as research laboratories.

Accommodation

Many UC students recall their time in the halls of residence as the time of their lives. Halls offer safe and comfortable accommodation for all students, from school leavers to postgraduates. With over 2,600 quality rooms on campus, the halls of residence provide a diverse student community, a supportive living, learning, and study environment, where they are located 5 to 15 minutes' walk from lectures.

Students over the age of 18 years who apply for a stay at Ilam Apartments are guaranteed accommodation.

All halls of residence provide:

  • Residential Advisor support
  • students' own fully-furnished room - with a bed, desk, chair, wardrobe, and bookshelf
  • heating and power
  • computer rooms
  • unlimited wi-fi for UC students
  • recreational facilities
  • study areas
  • events and social activities
  • academic support
  • meals are provided, or the facilities to enable students to cook for themselves
  • laundry facilities
  • carparking and bicycle storage.

For more information about each hall, refer to the University of Canterbury website

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Canterbury offers a number of scholarships to its international students which includes the International First Year Scholarships for several top-achieving international students. This scholarship provides between NZD 10,000 and NZD 20,000 towards the first-year fees of the international students’ study at UC.

It also offers the UC College of Engineering International Scholarship which recognises the top international scholars, as well as supporting them in their study towards an engineering degree at an undergraduate level. The scholarship offers an amount of NZD 15,000 for a tenure of one year.

The Roper Scholarship in Science supports students in their study towards achieving a PhD degree in the University of Canterbury's Faculty of Science. The scholarship will be granted to those candidates who have achieved first rank on the Faculty of Science’s list of candidates for the University of Canterbury Doctoral Scholarship.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Canterbury offers a number of scholarships to its international students which includes the International First Year Scholarships for several top-achieving international students. This scholarship provides between NZD 10,000 and NZD 20,000 towards the first-year fees of the international students’ study at UC.

It also offers the UC College of Engineering International Scholarship which recognises the top international scholars, as well as supporting them in their study towards an engineering degree at an undergraduate level. The scholarship offers an amount of NZD 15,000 for a tenure of one year.

The Roper Scholarship in Science supports students in their study towards achieving a PhD degree in the University of Canterbury's Faculty of Science. The scholarship will be granted to those candidates who have achieved first rank on the Faculty of Science’s list of candidates for the University of Canterbury Doctoral Scholarship.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Canterbury offers a number of scholarships to its international students which includes the International First Year Scholarships for several top-achieving international students. This scholarship provides between NZD 10,000 and NZD 20,000 towards the first-year fees of the international students' study at UC.

It also offers the UC College of Engineering International Scholarship which recognises the top international scholars, as well as supporting them in their study towards an engineering degree at an undergraduate level. The scholarship offers an amount of NZD 15,000 for a tenure of one year.

The Roper Scholarship in Science supports students in their study towards achieving a PhD degree in the University of Canterbury's Faculty of Science. The scholarship will be granted to those candidates who have achieved first rank on the Faculty of Science's list of candidates for the University of Canterbury Doctoral Scholarship.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Canterbury offers a number of scholarships to its international students which includes the International First Year Scholarships for several top-achieving international students. This scholarship provides between NZD 15,000 towards the first-year fees of the international students' study at UC.

It also offers the UC College of Engineering International Scholarship which recognises the top international scholars, as well as supporting them in their study towards an engineering degree at an undergraduate level. The scholarship offers an amount of NZD 15,000 for a tenure of one year.

Full-time students of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree programme are offered the NZD 5,000 AECOM Civil/Natural Resources Engineering Scholarship during their second year. And if available, a paid employment opportunity may also be given to the recipient during summer break post their second year.

Visit the UC website for more on scholarships.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

UC offers International First-year Undergraduate Scholarships to top-achieving international Students:

  • UC First year International undergraduate scholarship up to NZ 15,000
  • UC Engineering International Scholarship NZ 15,000

There are other scholarships and Awards for high achieving candidates such as the UC Dean's Award, Fast Track Award, South East Asia Award.

UC International Mobility Inbound Study Abroad Award

For students who are already studying at an overseas university and seek to study here as a non-degree student for one or two semesters on UC's Study Abroad programme, the university has a number of UC Study Abroad Awards available.

UC Doctoral Scholarships

UC offers a diverse range of scholarships to support students for study towards their research doctoral degree. The UC Doctoral Scholarship is offered up to NZD 28,000 per 120 points of thesis enrolment and tuition fees for thesis enrolment only, at the domestic tuition fee rate.

For a full list of scholarships, including master's and doctoral study, visit The University of Canterbury website.

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